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post #471 of 2142
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Not sure how you figured this, but I probably was running 600mb MM. I try to do the cw manually but not sure exactly what i'm doing. I need work on it and the last time that you helped me was when sandy first came out. I did try a few different file sizes ranging from 2gb to 3.5gb. I must be doing it all wrong if you're using a 632mb wazza file.

I did try to run 32m using my MVG instead of the asrocker and times are terrible with it. I must be missing some setting in the bios or something because it's pretty much the same OS as I used with the asrocker and it's right around 8min.

 

 I was referencing your "Real Memory" .. this value moves a little depending on hardware setups.. but from my experience its around 20-40MB's over your set MM limit in OS.

 

**For me: testing wazza - I just sit in OS with 2x HDD's open and create file sizes and cut/paste, as I monitor my available memory peaks after the task completes. The higher the available mem I can reach.. the better. I generally start with a 632MB dat file and go up in size from there [getting me slightly better result than 1.82GB file so far].. you can do this at any clock speed once your OS is setup.. no need to bother actually running Pi until you have a good file wink.gif Im certain others do more.. but this is effective for me.

 

" fsutil file createnew E:\wazaaa1.dat 637168000 "

" fsutil file createnew E:\wazaaa2.dat 1911504000 "

 

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post #472 of 2142
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Originally Posted by Mikecdm View Post

Not sure how you figured this, but I probably was running 600mb MM. I try to do the cw manually but not sure exactly what i'm doing. I need work on it and the last time that you helped me was when sandy first came out. I did try a few different file sizes ranging from 2gb to 3.5gb. I must be doing it all wrong if you're using a 632mb wazza file.
I did try to run 32m using my MVG instead of the asrocker and times are terrible with it. I must be missing some setting in the bios or something because it's pretty much the same OS as I used with the asrocker and it's right around 8min.

You're manually setting your tertiary timings on the MVG? wink.gif
post #473 of 2142
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yup.. where you at voltage wise? .. prolly around 1.74v or so? smile.gif  For SB I was rocking them at 7-10-7-21 up to ~2200mhz with a bit more voltage for 2D.. and 7-11-7-21 for 3D action. I popped a stick just before my Ivy arrived .. So I havent had the glory of testing them on this platform yet.

 Nice results for certain! I cant wait to get mine back for some 32mil.. this CL10 @ +2600mhz just isnt cutting it for the times you guys are posting wink.gif

Hey,
It was 1.82v on those mems,vtt and imc volts @ stock better than my Patriots.This wazza stuff is real interesting
Edited by Bullant - 11/22/12 at 2:21am
post #474 of 2142
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yup.. where you at voltage wise? .. prolly around 1.74v or so? smile.gif  For SB I was rocking them at 7-10-7-21 up to ~2200mhz with a bit more voltage for 2D.. and 7-11-7-21 for 3D action. I popped a stick just before my Ivy arrived .. So I havent had the glory of testing them on this platform yet.

 Nice results for certain! I cant wait to get mine back for some 32mil.. this CL10 @ +2600mhz just isnt cutting it for the times you guys are posting wink.gif

Hey,
It was 1.82v on those mems,vtt and imc volts @ stock better than my Patriots.This wazza stuff is real interesting

 

 Oh wow.. so they just keep on going!  You manage tWRSR @ 4 with that clock speed?

 

Q- Can anyone here run tWRSR @ 3 with RAM @ +2200?

post #475 of 2142
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You're manually setting your tertiary timings on the MVG? wink.gif

I did set tertiary on the MVG and it got me closer to or just under 8 min. The strange thing is that with the asrocker, my first run, with my cw i got about 7m49 or whatever score I posted originally. That was just running the ram at 2400 and bbse profile. No tuning at all in tertiaries. After tighten them up some, I managed to get better scores. I then used psc, bbse, and samsung and managed to get 7m48 with all 3 kits.

On the MVG, i've used both the psc and bbse kits and tightened up tertiaries to pretty much the same as i did with the asrocker. Times are still way slower.
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post #476 of 2142
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 Oh wow.. so they just keep on going!  You manage tWRSR @ 4 with that clock speed?

Q- Can anyone here run tWRSR @ 3 with RAM @ +2200?

Yeah man its at 4,it didnt need any adjusting to boot at those speeds.I normally wont go past 1.87v on air but on LN2 will go 2.1,My Patriots will run @2666 @7-11-7 @ 2.0v on LN2.I thought most peps would be up around 1.8v on air @2600 to get it stable @ tight timings
Edited by Bullant - 11/23/12 at 1:02am
post #477 of 2142

Roger that.

 

 I would like to get this Team RAM cold.. just no $$ at this time for such fun. I have playing around with this kit a lot of the past few days.. managed 32mil just over 2680mhz.. but the RAM falls apart when latency starts getting below 45ns.. which is just suck !! The additional speed does me no good with this kit at all. Best I can manage is 7m54s @ ~2300mhz 9-11-11-17

post #478 of 2142
That's weird man, my best result on Teams is at 2730 9-12-12 which just got me into the 46s zone. 2666 9-12-12 got me into the 47-48s range. Something isn't right if your kit is Samsung based and not performing after 2300.
post #479 of 2142
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That's weird man, my best result on Teams is at 2730 9-12-12 which just got me into the 46s zone. 2666 9-12-12 got me into the 47-48s range. Something isn't right if your kit is Samsung based and not performing after 2300.

 

Agreed.. im just doing it wrong here redface.gif ..time to dump OS and start over

 

 

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post #480 of 2142
Hey CL3P20,
what volts are you using on those mems?@ jjc hes going to need 1.8v + to get 2600+ @9-12-12 on those mems hey?

Got day off today tried to get some LN2 delivered to short of notice he said,was looking forward to some cold mems
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